Collateral Equipment. Several items of collateral equipment are
these are listed in the appropriate sections of this handbook. In
the U. S.
Air Force, computers are needed for pesticide use documentation,
inventory and personnel certification management, and other reasons.
electrical systems for pest management facilities. See Heating, Ventilating,
for New Facilities, NAVFACINST 4101.1. Each building envelope shall be
insulated to provide the minimum heat transmission ("U") factors practical to
meet energy budgets.
Building Protection. The vehicle entrance to the pesticide area
shall be protected from damage by vehicles and moving loads by the
installation of concrete filled pipe guards, bumpers, railings, corner guards,
or similar protective features.
Safety/Security. Because of the hazardous nature of various
pesticides, e.g., insecticides, acaricides, herbicides, rodenticides,
fungicides, wood preservatives, avicides, nematocides, and molluscicides
stored and mixed in pest management facilities, it is essential that such
materials are secured and available only to qualified individuals. Security
fencing and security gates and other measures are essential. A climb
resistant fence shall enclose the entire facility. If other security measures
are taken such as security devices on the windows, fencing shall enclose the
vehicle storage area and outside mixing areas. Design review shall include